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News mentions, 1/28/11 to 1/31/11

Outlet:  Big Apple Parent
Title/Program:   Tanya Burke’s Blog (NY Metro Parents Magazine)
Publication Date:  01/28/2011
Media Type:  Online Print Version
Extract:  or more child-free time to talk. In fact the more we talk the worse it gets… Does this marital crisis happen as reliably to childless couples, or to couples who outsource most or all of the childcare duties? A University of Denver study showed last year that 90 percent of couples experienced deep dissatisfaction with their relationships within a year of having their first child. Having children creates a peculiar combination of an overwhelming desire to be in control coupled with an almost
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Outlet:
 AssociatedContent
Title/Program:   How to Cope with Anticipatory Grief: Interview with Therapist Heather O’Neil LCSW
Publication Date:  01/29/2011
Media Type:  News Web Sites
Extract:  in anticipatory grief, grief and loss and divorce. I’m also an adjunct professor at The University of Denver Graduate School of Social Work.” What type of impact can anticipatory grief have on someone’s overall life? “By working through some of the anticipatory grief while their loved one is still living there is tremendous opportunity for healing before the death occurs. When people know that death is likely it can be incredibly helpful to seek out support to deal with the emotions, connect
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Outlet:
 Health Freedom News
Title/Program:   NORTH AMERICAN UNION CONSPIRACY EXPOSED
Publication Date:  01/28/2011
Media Type:  Online Print Version
Extract:  in the audience said she had dual citizenship in Mexico and the U.S. Later, he said he was just as concerned about people living in Mexico as people living in the U.S. Another speaker, Tom Farer, Dean of the Graduate School of International Studies at the University of Denver, made a point of saying that his representative in Congress, Tom Tancredo (R-Col.), a staunch advocate of U.S. border security, was a backward thinker. Tancredo could be seen “dragging his knuckles along the ground,” Farer said, trying
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Outlet:
 San Jose Mercury News
Title/Program:   U.S. steels its resolve on Egypt’s ‘transition
Publication Date:  01/30/2011
Media Type:  Daily Newspaper
Extract:  …Obama administration understands that Mubarak’s days are numbered and that the decision on a successor government lies with the Egyptian people, said Nader Hashemi of the University of Denver’s Josef Korbel School of International Studies. “There seems to be a shift in U.S. policy where the Egyptian people are given respect and their…
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Outlet:
 ACS Blog
Title/Program:   ACS Issue Briefs | American Constitution Society
Publication Date:  01/28/2011
Media Type:  Blogs
Extract:  , announcements, video uploads and more. Tue, 02/23/2010 Description: ACS is pleased to distribute an Issue Brief by Scott Phillips, Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology and Criminology at the University of Denver, entitled ” In this Issue Brief, Professor Phillips describes the results of his study to test the claim made by death penalty opponents that wealthy defendants who hire legal counsel are exempt from capital punishment. His research focuses on Houston, Texas, and surrounding
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Outlet:
 C-SPAN
Title/Program:   Washington Journal
Media Type:  Cable Network
Total TV Households:  2,389,710
Publication Date:  01/28/2011
Extract: 
John Dean, former White House counsel and author of “Blind Ambition,” is joining us from Los Angeles. On behalf of the students joining us from the Cable Center at the University of Denver, thank you very much for being with us.  
http://mms.tveyes.com/Transcript.asp?StationID=1115&DateTime=1%2F28%2F2011+6%3A05%3A38+PM&Term=University+of+Denver&PlayClip=TRUE
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Outlet:
 The Bellingham Herald
Title/Program:   Magazine scene: Miss out on dating in your 20s? Switch your mindset from ‘relationship’ to ‘playing the field’
Publication Date:  01/28/2011
Media Type:  Online Print Version
Extract:  “The less-committed partner can hide out in the relationship for a long time,” says Scott Stanley, Ph.D., codirector of the Center for Marital and Family Studies at the University of Denver. Stanley says inertia, convenience, and financial benefit can cause a relationship between 20-somethings to drag on – for four to seven years for more than 50 percent of cohabitating couples, according to one study. When they would otherwise have broken up, some couples resolve to get married after years
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Outlet:
 DenverPost.com
Title/Program:   Denver’s next mayor: Handicapping the race
Publication Date:  01/27/2011
Media Type:  Online Print Version
Extract:  of every big idea, from medical marijuana to the cupcake truck. As former Denver Post columnist Susan Greene wrote last May, “If there’s a reporter’s notebook, a microphone or TV camera in the room, the Denver Democrat is likely to find them.” Romer’s challenge will be to persuade voters he can listen, manage and govern. Of the others who have filed, the most interesting may be, former director of the University of Denver‘s Sandra Day O’Connor Judicial Selective Initiative. She comes from an old
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Outlet:
 DenverPost.com
Title/Program:   Mayors Awards honor Buntport, Spirituals Project, CBCA
Publication Date:  01/27/2011
Media Type:  Online Print Version
Extract:  Business Committee for the Arts founded by David Rockefeller in 1967. CBCA programs include 20 years of publishing economic research, annual Leadership Arts nonprofit board service training and Business for the Arts Award, plus numerous member events designed to educate, raise community awareness and encourage overall participation in arts and culture. The Spirituals Project The Spirituals Project is a secular nonprofit organization located on the University of Denver campus, dedicated
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Outlet:
 DenverPost.com
Title/Program:   Fetes welcome “Warhol in Colorado” show
Publication Date:  01/27/2011
Media Type:  Online Print Version
Extract:  with snippets from the artist’s jet-setting life. Lauren Cannon Davis, left, and Alexis Hart, co-chairs of the Warhol opening party. Myrhen and her husband, Trygve, are principal sponsors of “Warhol in Colorado,” along with Trish and Ralph Nagel, J.P. Morgan, the Cable Center and the University of Denver, whose chancellor, Robert Coombe, was at the opening with his wife, Julanna Gilbert.Christopher Hill, who became dean of DU’s Josef Korbel School of International Studies after serving as U
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Outlet:
 The Denver Business Journal
Title/Program:   Bills propose to halt ‘onerous’ business tax
Publication Date:  01/28/2011
Media Type:  Magazine
Extract:  …interim committee in 2009 on the tax. Before any action is taken, he wants to wait for the results of a University of Denver study, which is due in February, that examines the entire state revenue system. “The business personal property tax has such overwhelming consequences to…
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Outlet:
 KCNC-TV
Title/Program:   CBS4 News at 10
Media Type:  Television Station
Total TV Households:  1,572,740
Publication Date:  01/28/2011
Extract: 
The web went dark in Egypt Thursday when the government shut down the Internet. despite attempts to censor the protests online, University of Denver professor Nader Hashemi said change is already in motion. “My reading of events that this is the beginning of the end of his regime.” http://mms.tveyes.com/Transcript.asp?StationID=1860&DateTime=1%2F28%2F2011+10%3A02%3A13+PM&Term=University+of+Denver&PlayClip=TRUE 
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Outlet:
 DenverPost.com
Title/Program:   Editorial: Colorado needs full-time leaders
Publication Date:  01/29/2011
Media Type:  Online Print Version
Extract:  be one thing. But Walker Stapleton, the newly elected treasurer, is also keeping a part-time job with his old firm, SonomaWest Holdings of California. He’ll be consulting for as much as $250 an hour and could make, according to SEC filings, as much as $150,000 a year. No one has suggested any conflict of interest, except for the possible conflict of time spent on the respective jobs. Do you have $150,000 worth of spare time? Attorney General John Suthers teaches law classes at the University
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Outlet:
 FOX 31 KDVR.com
Title/Program:   Local Egyptian woman reacts to protests in Egypt – KDVR
Publication Date:  01/29/2011
Media Type:  Online Broadcast Version
Extract:  Local Egyptian woman reacts to protests in Egypt – KDVR Local Egyptian woman reacts to protests in Egypt Tammy Vigil | Reporter Denver News Center 11:03 p.m. MST January 28, 2011 Text Size kdvr-local-egyptian-woman-reacts-to-protests-in-egypt-20110128 DENVERUniversity of Denver graduate student Cindy Ragab has hardly slept since Tuesday. “It’s been incredibly exciting for all of us.  Of course, we are worried about family and friends,” she says about a mass uprising
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Outlet:
 cleveland.com
Title/Program:   U.S. Supreme Court rules in favor of Ohio woman assaulted by prison guard | cleveland.com
Publication Date:  01/28/2011
Media Type:  Online Print Version
Extract:  to proceed, said Alan Chen, director of the constitutional rights and remedies program at the University of Denver‘s Sturm College of Law. View: Oldest first January 25, 2011 at 7:55AM A prison inmate being placed in a security control status after reporting being sexually assaulted is not being punished. This is done to protect the integrity of the investigation and to prevent a risk to prison security caused by inmates wanting to question, harass, or coerce the accusing inmate or by inmates
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Outlet:
 gazette.com
Title/Program:   OUR VIEW: Gov. Hick, cut red tape as promised (vote in poll)
Publication Date:  01/29/2011
Media Type:  Online Print Version
Extract:  be detrimental to the public. Denver University law professor Tom Russell, who represents Mile High Cab, said the commission worries about “destructive competition,” and a “race to the bottom,” in which cab companies would somehow become worse in their efforts to be more popular than their competitors. It’s an absurd theory. Increased competition only improves customer service and lowers prices. Since deregulation, airlines have installed leather seats, in-flight phones and individual TVs. Prices have come
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Outlet:
 Ledger-Enquirer.com
Title/Program:   ?10 Great Dates?
Publication Date:  01/29/2011
Media Type:  Online Print Version
Extract:  for their pioneering work with empty-nesters and for their “Second Half of Marriage” program and books. With the PREP program at the University of Denver, they co-authored “Fighting for Your Empty Nest Marriage,” with Scott Stanley, Howard Markman and Susan Blumberg. The Arps have appeared as empty-nest experts on NBC’s “Today,” PBS, CBS’ “This Morning” and “Focus on the Family.” David Arp has a Georgia connection. He graduated from The Georgia Institute of Technology with a degree in management and later earned
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Outlet:
 Merced Sun-Star.com
Title/Program:   Magazine scene: Miss out on dating in your 20s? Switch your mindset from ‘relationship’ to ‘playing the field’
Publication Date:  01/28/2011
Media Type:  Online Print Version
Extract:  The number of unmarried cohabitating couples in the U.S. has exploded, from about 500,000 in 1970 to nearly 5 million today, just as the median age for a woman’s first marriage has hit 26 – later than ever before. Now couples are more likely to move in together without agreeing on their life goals first. “The less-committed partner can hide out in the relationship for a long time,” says Scott Stanley, Ph.D., codirector of the Center for Marital and Family Studies at the University of Denver
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Outlet:
 Kentucky.com
Title/Program:   Magazine scene: Miss out on dating in your 20s? Switch your mindset from ‘relationship’ to ‘playing the field’
Publication Date:  01/28/2011
Media Type:  Online Print Version
Extract:  The number of unmarried cohabitating couples in the U.S. has exploded, from about 500,000 in 1970 to nearly 5 million today, just as the median age for a woman’s first marriage has hit 26 – later than ever before. Now couples are more likely to move in together without agreeing on their life goals first. “The less-committed partner can hide out in the relationship for a long time,” says Scott Stanley, Ph.D., codirector of the Center for Marital and Family Studies at the University of Denver
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Outlet:
 Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Title/Program:   U.S. HARDENS POSITION ON ‘TRANSITION’ THE LANGUAGE SHOWS OBAMA ADMINISTRATION UNDERSTANDS MUBARAK’S DAYS ARE NUMBERED
Publication Date:  01/31/2011
Media Type:  Daily Newspaper
Extract:  …administration understands that Mr. Mubarak’s days are numbered and the decision on a successor government lies with the Egyptian people, said Nader Hashemi of the University of Denver’s Josef Korbel School of International Studies. “There seems to be a shift in U.S. policy where the Egyptian people are given respect and their…
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Outlet:
 islandpacketonline
Title/Program:   Magazine scene: Miss out on dating in your 20s? Switch your mindset from ‘relationship’ to ‘playing the field’
Publication Date:  01/28/2011
Media Type:  Online Print Version
Extract:  The number of unmarried cohabitating couples in the U.S. has exploded, from about 500,000 in 1970 to nearly 5 million today, just as the median age for a woman’s first marriage has hit 26 – later than ever before. Now couples are more likely to move in together without agreeing on their life goals first. “The less-committed partner can hide out in the relationship for a long time,” says Scott Stanley, Ph.D., codirector of the Center for Marital and Family Studies at the University of Denver
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Outlet:
 Making Music Magazine
Title/Program:   Condoleeza Plays Piano with Aretha
Publication Date:  01/27/2011
Media Type:  Online Print Version
Extract:  artist on the concert bill for the evening was Aretha Franklin, who Rice accompanied on “I Say a Little Prayer.” Rice began piano lessons at age three, and had aspirations of becoming a concert pianist up through her freshman year as a music major at the University of Denver. At that point, she questioned whether she had the skill to make a living as a musician, and turned instead to political science. Now, thanks to her spot in the public eye, Rice has the opportunity to fulfill her former dream
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Outlet:  Selected Science News
Title/Program:   OUR PERCEPTIONS OF MASCULINITY AND FEMININITY ARE SWAYED BY OUR SENSE OF TOUCH
Publication Date:  01/27/2011
Media Type:  Blogs
Extract:  copies, and some were told to press lightly, so the carbon paper could be reused. People who were pressing hard were more likely to categorize faces as male, while the soft writers were more likely to choose female. “We were really surprised,” says Slepian, who cowrote the study with Max Weisbuch of the University of Denver, Nicholas O. Rule at the University of Toronto, and Nalini Ambady of Tufts University. “It’s remarkable that the feeling of handling something hard or soft can influence how you
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Outlet:
 naked capitalism
Title/Program:   8 PM EST Watch Dylan Ratigan Town Hall Session on Jobs, Innovation
Publication Date:  01/28/2011
Media Type:  Blogs
Extract:  Check in here at 8 PM to watch the Dylan Ratigan “Innovation in America” panel discussion as part of its Steel On Wheels Tour tonight at 8pm EST at the University of Denver. The panel will include Andrew Jenks, from MTV’s World of Jenks, Nicole Glaros, Managing Director of TechStars Boulder, and Matt Miller of The Washington Post and host of Left, Right & Center. Visit msnbc.com for more videos from Dylan Ratigan and news about the economy .
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Outlet:
 CBS Denver
Title/Program:   Egypt’s Opposition Party Has Roots In Colorado
Publication Date:  01/29/2011
Media Type:  Blogs
Extract:  Assistant Professor Nader Hashemi. Hashemi has studied Sayyid Qutb who wrote, “The people of Greeley carried within themselves the same moral flaws of materialism and degeneration, that characterized occidental civilization in general.” “There is this Islamic utopia romantic view of the world he aspires to and there’s the material world of the West he is trying to reject and see coming into Egypt of the 1950s,” said Hashemi. Qutb despised brutal boxing matches, poor haircuts, enthusiasm for sports
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Outlet:
 China Weekly News
Title/Program:   CONTEMPORARY ISSUES; University of Denver Details Research in Contemporary Issues
Publication Date:  02/01/2011
Media Type:  Magazine
Extract:  …emphasizing voluntarism and consensus building rather than legally binding resolutions, toward regional cooperation,” wrote S.S. Zhao and colleagues, University of Denver. The researchers concluded: “This soft approach is a major barrier for many regional institutions to move beyond the stage of talking… …calculations. Journal of Contemporary China, 2011;20(68):53-67). For additional information, contact S.S. Zhao, University of Denver, Josef Korbel School International Studies, US Cooperat, Center China, Denver, CO 80208, USA. The publisher’s contact…
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